Youth Theatre Carson City to present holiday spectacular this weekend

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Come join Youth Theatre Carson City’s Showstoppers as they present their Showstoppers’ Holiday Spectacular this weekend at the Bob Boldrick Theatre at the Carson City Community Center. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Join the Showstoppers as they sing you holiday favorites. Matt Wilkerson as Elvis Presley will also perform.

Tickets are available at the door or by visiting

Youth Theatre Carson City’s Showstoppers are a special group of performers made up of 18 local singers, dancers and actors ages 8-17 representing the most dedicated, talented, and enthusiastic members of the Youth Theatre Carson City family. We perform at benefits and events around the area such as ‘Relay for Life’, and The Reno Aces games. In February, our Showstoppers had the privilege of performing in Disneyland.

Youth Theatre Carson City is an exciting new youth theatre group in Carson City. We provide a safe, inclusive environment for young people and their families to explore, create, learn and grow through quality theatrical experiences. We present 3-4 fully staged musicals every year featuring local youth grades K-12.

Join us for our exciting 2015 season featuring Annie, Jr. January 9-11 at the Carson City Community Center and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic rock opera, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, which auditions January 2015 with performances in April.

Youth Theatre Carson City strives to be a model for excellence in theatre with an emphasis on quality theatre education and exceptional family entertainment. Youth Theatre Carson City endeavors to reach and enrich the lives of the entire Northern Nevada community.

Youth Theatre Carson City operates in association with the Carson City Department of Recreation and the Bob Boldrick Theatre and is a 501(c)3 Non-profit Corporation. For tickets and information, please visit, contact 775-882-0358, or follow us on Facebook.


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